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How Can I Sue CCCS of Greater Atlanta and CredAbility? – Eve

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“Dear Steve, In February 2009, I entered into a Debt Management Plan with CCCS of Greater Atlanta. I contacted CCCS of Greater Atlanta, now CredAbility, today and requested documentation of those six deposits and the disbursement of same. I received by e-mail a document indicating that $2,057.00 was received and $2,057.00 was disbursed to my creditors, however, further documentation provided ... Read More »

CCCS of Greater Atlanta Sues CreditAbility

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On May 25, 2011, Consumer Credit COunseling Service of Greater Atlanta filed suit against a debt relief company in Iowa named CreditAbility. It seems CCCS of Greater Atlanta, who goes by the name CredAbility took exception to the similarly named debt relief provider, CreditAbility. In July 2005 CCCS of Greater Atlanta filed a trademark application for the mark CredAbility. They ... Read More »

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Atlanta Gets $3.5 Million Grant

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Grant provides much-needed boost to homeowners in Atlanta, Miami/Fort Lauderdale, New York/Northern New Jersey, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and others in danger of foreclosure Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) of Greater Atlanta today announced that it has received a $3.5 million grant to support its national foreclosure prevention counseling efforts in several metropolitan areas. The much-needed boost will enable CCCS ... Read More »

CCCS of Greater Atlanta Said They Can’t Help Me. – Wanda

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Wanda “Dear Steve, My husband and I are retired on a Gross Yrly income of $43,452. Our unsecured debts are over $94K. I ran all my information through CCCS Atlanta online counseling. They said I couldn’t do the Debt Management Plan because my income was to low. My net worth is a little over $69K. We have no cash savings; ... Read More »

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